Looking for an alternative to TNR for academic writing

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Stan Swift's picture
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Looking for an alternative to TNR for academic writing
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I really love the look of Garamond, but it feels too delicate for serious academic work. Are there any alternatives that are both readable and strong with a clean design? Any suggestions would be appreciated.

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I use Sabon Next (which is a true Garamond) in all of my academic papers. It's lovely, and the OpenType format is easy to use in XeTeX.

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Free or Paid?

Which aspect of Times should it resemble? Overall aesthetics? Space-saving “condensedness”?

Which type of academics? Do you need special symbols, languages, marks?